Costco February 2017 Coupon Book

February 2017 Costco Coupon Book Cover

We just posted the upcoming Costco February 2017 coupon book so you can take a look and plan your upcoming shopping trips. Clicking the link above will allow you to view the coupons. The Costco February 2017 coupons will run from February 16th through March 12th. Overall, this Costco flyer is rather small at 10 pages. If you’d like to be notified as soon as we post the latest coupons you can sign up for our email list, or Like us on Facebook!

The February Costco coupon book has some interesting items for sale. The Kirkland Signature Ravioli Lasagna is pretty good and $2 off per package. The Mobil 1 Motor Oil only goes on sale about once per year, so it’s a great deal. We’re excited to see the Chobani yogurt back, as it’s been gone from our local store for about a month and a half. The February tire coupon is Michelin once again.

If you’ve recently bought some of the items that will be on sale in the February coupon book you should be able to bring in your receipt to membership and ask for a refund for the price difference (if it’s been within two weeks.) Another option would be to buy it on discount and then go to returns and return the one you just bought with your old receipt. If you’re still wondering where the February coupons are make sure to click the link at the top of the post. What do you think of this months coupon book? Which items are interesting to you?

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  • Ministr

    Thanks for posting. But… Did the dog pee on your copy?

    Nothing earth shattering but looks like a good time to restock on Clorox products.

    • Galen Scott

      Like I was told when I made a comment about last month’s quality: “Shut your piehole – it’s FREE!” 😉

      • Ministr

        Hee hee.

    • Thinkpol

      No, it was your drool. I see they have pull ups, you might want to stockup

  • P. Nile Schwartz

    nice assortment of household staples. Nothing all that exciting.

  • RJ

    Nothing great. I didn’t expect the Pizza I like to be on sale but I wanted to wait to make sure there wasn’t anything else I wanted. And there doesn’t seem to be.

    I don’t think I want their huge package of chicken nuggets. Even with the $5 off, Im not sure they are priced better than the normal BOGO at publix prices for smaller packages.

    I bought a 3 pair of socks at Aldi for $3.99 which is the same price per pair as Costcos sale price for 6 with the $2 coupon. (Performance socks)

    I find that Aldi has a lot of things for as good as or nearly as good as prices and I don’t have to buy as much. Plus, its near home and Costco is across town for me.

    But, the Kirkland Cheese pizza is worth the drive.

    One more negative about the coupons is we are taxed on them. Would seem to me they could find a way to not tax us on them. Since the coupons are automated anyway.

  • susanlkh

    Thanks for the preview. Lots of good stock-up items for our household. Looking forward to saving money on the things that I need and use most.

  • Kaylin Kielich

    Does anyone know how often formula goes on sale? It has been about 8 months but didn’t know if it was a once a year thing?

    • Thinkpol

      Go back through last years coupons. They are on this site, that might give you an idea as to when and if they might be back or how often they offer it.

      • Kaylin Kielich

        Great idea thanks!!

  • Thinkpol

    Nothing to get excited about, and nothing to buy

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  • ObjectivelyModerate

    While I am enjoy the coupons offered, i believe you went 2 and a half weeks between coupon books which is very rare. Is this a sign that these coupon offerings will be less frequent than before?

  • Thinkpol

    If you look back to Feb 2016, you’ll see many of the same items from Feb 2017 were in that coupon book as well. I bet you could say the same for Jan 2016 and Jan 2017.

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